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Boy Names Starting with St-

St- baby names and what they mean, with 58 results. St- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names reached the height of their popularity during 1950-1959 (adoption of 3.47%) and are now much less widespread (adoption 0.34%, 90.1%), with names such as Stacy going out of style. Sterling (#495) and Stetson (#774) are two of the more contemporarily stylish baby names in this list, while Stehling (top 28%) and Stinson (1%) are conventional St- surnames. Here is the list of St- names for girls.

St- names

Stacey - Stasio | Stavros - Stillman | Stockard - Styles

Stacey - Stasio

StaceyStacey1
Form of Eustace. Source fr. Greek language. "Fruitful." Stacey (upper 2%), comparable to Sharley (upper 78%), Sonney (80%), is a common -ey suffix surname. Gender-neutral name.

Stacy and variantsStacy, var. Stacie, Stacey2
Root fr. Greek element. "Fruitful." Less popular today. Stacy was the variation last recorded (2002) in the Top 2000.

Stafford and variantsStafford, var. Stafforde, Staford
From Old English. "Ford by a landing place." Stafford is generally used as a boys' name among these forms.

Stanbury, var. Stanberry, Stanbery, Stanburghe, Stansberry, Stansbury, Stansburghe
Derived fr. Old English element. "Stone fortification." Stansburghe and variants are not in the Top 2000.

Stancliff, var. Stancliffe, Stanclyffe, Stanscliff, Stanscliffe
Stems fr. Old English language. "Stone cliff." Not in Top 2000.

Standish1
Stems fr. Old English language. "Stone parkland." Standish is rarely used as a masculine name, appearing commonly (top 6%) as a last name.

Standish2, Stanislas1
Var. of Aneislis. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Careful, thoughtful." Standish and Stanislas are scantly used men's names.

Stanfield, var. Stansfield
Stems fr. Old English. "Stone field." Not Top 2000 names.

Stanford and variantsStanford, var. Stamford, Standford
Based on Old English element. "Stone ford." Standford and forms peaked in popularity 105 years ago.

Stanislaus and variantsStanislaus, var. Stana, Stanek, Stanicek, Stanislas2, Stanislav1, Stanislav2, Stanislaw, Stannes, Stanousek, Stasio1
Stems fr. Slavic. Stana and variants are rarely found as male names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of St- names: Stacey, Stacy, Stafford, Stan, Stanford

Top 2000 baby names ranking of St- names: Stanislaus, Stanislaw, Stanley, Stanly, Stanton, Starling

Stanley and variantsStanley, var. Stan, Stanlea, Stanlee, Stanly
Stems fr. Old English. "Stony meadow." Stanley (top 9%) and Stan (45%) are prevalent men's names, whereas Stanlea, Stanlee and Stanly are rarely occurring.

Stanmore, var. Stanmere
From Old English language. "Stone lake." Stanmore and Stanmere were not Top birth names in 2015.

Stanton and variantsStanton, var. Stanten, Staunton
Derivative of Old English. "Stone settlement." Stanten and Staunton are more unconventional as birth names among the forms of Stanton.

Stanway, var. Stanaway, Stannaway, Stannway
Derived fr. Old English word. "Stone roadway." Stanway, Stannaway, etc. are hardly found as masculine names, and Stanaway appears often (top 27%) as a surname.

Stanwick, var. Stanwicke, Stanwyck
Root fr. Old English. "Dweller at the stone village." Rare, with the -ck ending for Stanwick, Stanwyck, like Starck, Shadrick.

Stanwood
From Old English word. "Stone woods." Not Top 2000 name.

Stark, var. Starck, Starke
Source fr. German language. "Strong." Starck, Stark and Starke are rarely found as men's names.

StarlingStarling
Bird name, though the name may .. Adoption of Starling was common among parents 135 years ago. Cross-gender use.

Starr
Based on Middle English. "Star." Starr, like the similar Stark, exists more often as a last name. Also used for girls.

Stasio2, Stasius
Var. of Anastasios. From Greek word. "Resurrection." Stasi (upper 25%), Stasko (16%) are popular last names.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for St- names for boys.

1. Stacey - Stasio
Eustace [Stacey], Stacy [Stacie, Stacey], Stafford [Staford, Stafforde], Stanbury [Stanbery, Stansbury, Stanberry, Stansberry, Stanburghe, Stansburghe], Stancliff [Stancliffe, Stanclyffe, Stanscliff, Stanscliffe], Standish, Aneislis [Standish, Stanislas], Stanfield [Stansfield], Stanford [Stamford, Standford], Stanislaus [Stasio, Stannes, Stanislav, Stanislaw, Stanousek, ..], Stanley [Stan, Stanly, Stanlee, Stanlea], Stanmore [Stanmere], Stanton [Stanten, Staunton], Stanway [Stannway, Stanaway, Stannaway], Stanwick [Stanwyck, Stanwicke], Stanwood, Stark [Starck, Starke], Starling, Starr, Anastasios [Stasio, Stasius]


Stavros, Steadman [Stedman, Steadmann], Steed, Steele [Steel], Stefan [Steffan, Steffen, Steffon, Stefonn, Stefanos, Stephonn, ..], Stein [Sten, Steen, Steno, Stensen, Stenssen], Steinar [Steinard, Steinart, Steinhardt], Stennis, Stephanus [Stefanas, Stefanos, Stefanus, Stephanas, Stephanos], Stephen [Steve, Stevy, Stevie, Steven, Stevan, Stevenson, ..], Stepney [Stepny], Sterling [Sterlyn, Stirling], Sterne [Stern, Stearn, Stearns, Stearne], Stetson [Stetcyn, Stettson], Steve [Stevie], Steven [Stevan, Stevon, Stevyn, Stevenson], Stewart [Stuart, Steward], Stian [Stig, Styg, Stygge], Stiles, Stillman


Stockard [Stocker, Stockerd], Stockley, Stockton, Stockwell, Stoddard [Stoddart], Christopher [Stoffel], Stoney [Stone, Stoner, Stones], Storm [Sturm], Strahan [Strachan], Stratford [Strafford], Straus [Strauss], Strickland, Strom, Strong, Struthers [Struther], Stuart [Steward, Stewart], Sturm, Styles [Stiles]

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